Here Are The 10 Most And Least Expensive Retirement Towns, According To Realtor.com

Live out your golden years comfortably.

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Within the next twenty years, tens of millions of baby boomers will retire and likely uproot their lives to move somewhere quieter — and perhaps warmer. According to , with 74 million of them, "Boomers are by far the largest generation ever to retire."

The real estate listings site further breaks this number down with the help of , which reported that between the years 2010 and 2029, approximately 10,000 boomers in the United States will turn 65-years-old every day. Because of this, by 2030, everyone in that generation will be over 65. Yes, that'll be 18% of the U.S. population.

analyzed 500 U.S. cities and the surrounding areas where at least 25% of the population were 60-years or older. After digging through "markets that had a high share of listings with mentions of 'retirement,' 'aging in place,' 'ground-floor master bedrooms,' and similar phrases" and the moving trends of people over sixty, they then (based on cost of a 15-year mortgage on a median-priced home).

In the end, they put together a list of the five most expensive and the five least expensive places to live in the United States post-retirement. Think you can guess them? Some of them may surprise you.

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Least Expensive: Sebring, Florida
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Median Home Price: $180,100

Percent of Residents Ages 60+: 40.8%

2nd Least Expensive: Sierra Vista, Arizona
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Median Home Price: $188,600

Percent of Residents Ages 60+: 29%

3rd Least Expensive: Ocala, Florida
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Median Home Price: $202,000

Percent of Residents Ages 60+: 34.9%

4th Least Expensive: New Bern, North Carolina
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Median Home Price: $209,800

Percent of Residents Ages 60+: 26.8%

5th Least Expensive: Homosassa Springs, Florida
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Median Home Price: $221,500

Percent of Residents Ages 60+: 43.4%

5th Most Expensive: Naples, Florida
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Median Home Price: $458,600

Percent of Residents Ages 60+: 38.3%

4th Most Expensive: Barnstable Town, Cape Cod, Massachusetts
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Median Home Price: $542,100

Percent of Residents Ages 60+: 38.9%

3rd Most Expensive: Santa Fe, New Mexico
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Median Home Price: $568,900

Percent of Residents Ages 60+: 30.4%

2nd Most Expensive: Santa Rosa, California
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Median Home Price: $695,100

Percent of Residents Ages 60+: 26.2%

Most Expensive: San Luis Obispo, California
Village at the waterfront, Cambria, San Luis Obispo County, California, USA
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Median Home Price: $729,600

Percent of Residents Ages 60+: 26.2%

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